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CONSULTATIVE WORKSHOP PROGRAMME ON DEVELOPING A GENDER ACTION​ GUIDE

Date : 2018-05-28
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Teaching form Improved Gender Equality and Responsiveness (TIGER), which is funded by the European Union (EU) and implemented by four NGO-partners including KAPE, VVOB, GADC and POK with strong cooperation with the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MoEYS) at twenty target schools in Battambang province. TIGER reaches the project objectives the consortium determined five main actions to develop an action guide for creating gender-responsive schools which provides safe and teaching and learning friendly environments for all learners; and organize a capacity development trajectory for the TEC staff on training gender-responsive teachers and learning friendly environments for all learners. The project organizes a capacity development trajectory for five third party civil society organizations (CSOs) on establishing 20 additional gender-responsive schools; and organize a sensitization, outreach and communication campaign on the prevention and protection of girls from all forms of violence.              

 

On 28-31 May 2018, TIGER holds its consultative workshop programme on developing an Action Guide related to creating gender-responsive schools which provides safe and teaching and learning friendly environments for all learners. In this workshop, there are representatives from fourth party civil society organizations and officials from MoEYS’ national and provincial levels. This workshop updates project in details and result from VVOB, recommendation and agreement on topics and design of Gender Action Guide. Focusing on this workshop topics of gender-responsiveness, the all participants very actively raise concerned points of how to use official Khmer words especially phrases, words and sentences to assert into teaching students. It would improve the gender equality in teaching and learning friendly environment of the teachers and school managers.

 

This workshop is mainly focused on studying challenging issues and key solutions for gender-responsiveness on teaching and learning. 

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High Schools

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Students

1650

Teachers/Directors

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